Luxembourg's Conservative party launch a new campaign, roadworks in the capital set to enter a critical phase tomorrow, and a look at the Vakanz holiday fair.
In today's news: Luxembourg doctors given special training to prescribe cannabis, the Luxexpo holiday fair, Luxembourg in Brexit mode and Gdansk in mourning.
Two people in hospital following another car crash in the Grand Duchy, holiday inspiration aplenty as Vakanz kicks off at Luxexpo, and fake news in France.
The tram extension is progressing well, the body of a young man who had been reported missing was found in Bivels last night, and discontentment at the Mudam.
Increase in benefits in kind, rise in popularity for the Luxembourgish language, medical practices to be allowed to own MRI machines.
The disruption of German air traffic had repercussions in Luxembourg, AirBnB discussed at the ECJ, France holds yellow vest debates, D-day for the Brexit deal.
Expectations are high for the 2019 car festival which will kick off soon, and two people seriously injured in a frontal collision this morning.
The national anti-terror exercise in Belval simulated a scenario like the Bataclan attack in Paris and the A31 was closed for a wild boar cull.
In today’s local and world news summary: Anti-terrorist response plans in Belval, minute silence for Calvin in Wiltz, Extra holidays in Lux, Paris Explosion
In today's news: String of car fires cause police to launch investigation, death of Hereditary Grand Duchess Stéphanie's father and two train lines cancelled.
François Bausch presented key elements of the government’s mobility plans this morning, and part of the A31 will be closed on Sunday morning due to a boar hunt.
Icy roads to blame for early morning crash, Ispace lunar missions, migrant deal, Luxembourg phone booths are dwindling but live again as libraries, Brexit.
A significant step has been taken towards the establishment of a Google data centre in Luxembourg, and two additional days of holiday leave from 2019.
newscast: Luxembourgish police are looking for witnesses to the tragic crash in Wiltz last week, and disappointing turnout for yellow vests in Luxembourg.
A man with an axe damaged 13 cars in Rodange, more people have an appetite for the 'Galettes des rois', and Pope Francis is disappointed in European leaders.
More burned cars in Luxembourg City (this time in Howald), Grand Duke Jean turns 98 today, and a fun interactive experience for families at the Mudam.
Winter sales have started in the Grand Duchy, the Kussbuss shuttle service from Thionville to Kirchberg is no more, and Google accused of dodgy tax dodging.
Today's Daily Newscast, 6pm
A car drives into a group of people in Wiltz injuring 3 adults and 2 children, and a deadly train accident in Denmark.
Watch today’s local and world news summary: emergency service's personnel worked through New Year's Eve, dinner dancing, EU heads ring in the New Year.
Single European currency 20th anniversary, plastic waste reduction plans, doubt on oldest woman's age, Portuguese boxer devotes time to youth, NYE celebrations
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In Today's Newscast we look into the sales, fuel price drops again, Juncker has Romanian doubts, Egypt bomb blast, harsh weather in the US, Good Riddance Day.
A young woman was killed in a severe car crash on Thursday evening. Three other people are still in critical condition.
Sales about to start in the greater region with Luxembourg’s retailers first out this Saturday, and Donald Trump paid a surprise visit to US soldiers in Iraq.
The NGO “man to human” offered up free soup in Esch-sur-Alzette today, and a 4.8 magnitude earthquake in Sicily.
Today's Daily Newscast
In today's news: Luxembourg City Christmas market closes tomorrow, violent tsunami claims over 220 lives in Indonesia and "yellow vests" protests dwindle.